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The Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley and Carbon County Community Foundation present

Volunteer Success

Is your organization ready to provide successful volunteer experiences?
With the right planning and coordination, volunteers can enhance your mission and your bottom line. Karen Smith, executive director of the Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley, will present an educational overview on “volunteer preparedness.” Whether it is a one-time volunteer need, an ongoing position or a project that requires multiple aspects and support from the community, ensuring a great volunteer experience will provide lasting results. Join us for this free workshop to make sure you are set up for volunteer success and learn how your organization can use the resources offered by the Volunteer Center to attract new supporters in the community.When: Thursday, April 19, 3:00-4:30Where: The Carbon Chamber and Economic Development Corp classroom, 137 South St, Lehighton, PA 18235Cost: Free, however, space is limited and advance registration is requiredWho should attend: Nonprofit staff, volunteers, private-sector staff/business owners interested in encouraging volunteerism in their workplaces

About Volunteer Center of Lehigh Valley: The Volunteer Center serves over 400 nonprofit organizations through volunteer coordination, recognition and educational programs throughout the Lehigh Valley and they are looking to expand their programming to provide support to Carbon County. The Volunteer Center helps nonprofits by providing opportunities to expand their volunteer base through an interactive website that can help volunteers discover positions and wish lists posted by organizations and by hosting educational programs for volunteer coordinators and executive directors. The Volunteer Center also serves a consultant to businesses throughout the region to provide direct matching of volunteer needs and perhaps most notably coordinates the United Way’s annual “Day of Caring.”

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